The characters of Icelandic lifestyle brand Tulipop – which raised a $2m round last summer – just announced a new animated webseries in collaboration with WildBrain.
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Kerecis, the company using fish skin to heal human wounds and tissue damage, will present results of eight studies of its technology at the Symposium for the Advancement of Wound Care (SAWC) meeting to be held April 5 to 9. The company also announced that Medicare now reimburses for its fish-skin treatment nationwide.
Yesterday, Icelandic Startups announced the ten companies that will be participating in Startup Tourism 2017. From the announcement:
“Startup Tourism received 94 applications this year, which is an increase of about 29% from last year. The selection committee emphasized products and services which could increase recreation options, strengthen infrastructure and support the distribution of tourists all across Iceland, all year round.”
Tulipop, maker of the cute figures from Tulipop island, is launching a new product line with the US toymaker Toynami. The product line includes plush toys, piggy banks, and small vinyl figures that will be sold in Happy boxes.
Innovation Center Iceland (NMÍ), the government institution tasked with projects focused on entrepreneurship and innovation, is entering a partnership with other Nordic countries to open a co-working space in New York City.